Running your own market display may be a flexible and rewarding occupation, particularly if you are selling items you have made yourself or that you are passionate about. It could also be extremely physically demanding with extensive hours spent on your feet and lots of heavy lifting, loading and unloading. Help make sure that your hard work isn’t thrown out at the first mishap by having ample Florida business insurance set to meet the specific risks in your occupation.
There are a few specific liability risks you will need to keep in mind when starting your market booth, including:
• Public liability. With so many potential customers walking by your booth, it’s essential to make sure you’ve got coverage in case one of them falls and sustains an injury. At times this is supplied by the venue organizers but this isn’t always the case – some venues will ask to see proof of your insurance before offering you a display.
• Product liability. No matter what you’re selling, there will always be the potential for someone somewhere to be harmed by it, so be sure that you have insurance to guard you in the event that you are found to have been neglectful.
In addition to your general Florida business insurance policy, you ought to consider investing in commercial car insurance to offer coverage for your work vehicle(s). Additional workers’ comp insurance may also be necessary if you have personnel. For further info regarding the right insurance for your market booth contact one of our agents.